With a 16-14 record early in the season, the B-Mets are hoping to build on their April success and push their record farther above .500 in May. A big key to that success is the continued offensive production of Wilfredo Tovar and Matt Clark. Despite being the number nine hitter, Tovar is tied for second on the team with 15 RBI and is hitting .349 on the year. Meanwhile, out of the cleanup spot, Clark has 7 home runs and a .414 on base percentage.
B-Met manager Pedro Lopez says in order to keep the team winning, Tovar and Clark need to keep hitting.
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